Mississippi Half Step-> Franklin's Tower-> Dancin' In The Streets, Brown Eyed Women, Minglewood Blues, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, Stagger Lee, Samson & Delilah
Shakedown Street, Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Drums-> The Other One-> Wharf Rat-> Throwing Stones-> Not Fade Away, E:Not Fade Away-> E: U.S. Blues
LineageThe Master Cassettes were played back with Azimuth adjustment on a Nakamichi CD1 into a Korg MR1000 at DSF 1 bit 5.6MHz. Subsequent conversion to 24/96 AIFF done via Korg Audiogate software. Redbook CDR standard 16/44.1 files were created using Bias Peak, Izotope Ozone's MBIT+ (for all dithering), and Weiss Saracon SRC (all sample rate conversions)
February 26, 2012 Subject:
Alpine is melting....
Due to that summer heat..?
I like this source out all of them. The opening three numbers are really solid and feature great playing. This is a great show to put on while driving to a summer festival. It will pleasantly surprise you as to how decent it is.
I'll always prefer a good aud to a sbd any day, but amphlitheater auds suck no matter which way you play them ~unless~ the taper was well away from the taper section and is aiming the mics directly at one of the stacks hanging off of the shed itself.
This tape ain't one of 'em.
The only song from this show that I am saving is the Sampson first set closer, b/c it rocks so hard
Does the title of my post explain some of the weird shit that went down in the Alpine lot in '86 ?? LOL ... Anyways , what soundboard of this show are you talking about ?? There is no board for this date ... But this is an upgrade to Shnid #12969 to my ears at least ...
December 30, 2009 Subject:
Great sounding audience!! Incredible day at Alpine this was. Hot show, from start to finish. The parking lot was crazy, a lot of weird stuff went down for these two shows.
Thanks to the taper for getting these Gems out there!
Burn em! More energy then the board in my opinion.